[WTF] There are simulation games for so many activities, now there is even one for waiting in line. All you have to do in this 90's looking game is to stand in line and be patient.
[WTF] Beware before clicking on this link. You might be sucked up in a infinite loop contemplating animal GIFs and listening to a repetitive song whose beat is based on Windows sound effects.
[WTF] The CGI dummy that became famous two years ago for wandering awkwardly in the streets of L.A. is back for another wild ride.
[WTF] The death watch that makes every second count. It's basically a digital wrist watch that counts down the time of your death.
[WTF] The name of this website is quite self-explanatory: it consists in a kaleidoscope made of cats that is activated by the movements of your mouse (pun intended).
[WTF] Look closer at this product presented on the shelves of five Best Buy stores in Los Angeles: the Plasticbox 1.2 literally has no use whatsoever.
[WTF] Pixelist is a new company that prides itself to be the the first and only service to turn your Instagram pictures into oil paintings.
[WTF] You don't even have to touch your screen in this iPhone game, all you have to do to control Ace, a weird green creature, is to chew your gum.
[WTF] Created for the Safari exhibition of SPAMM, "Star Trek Pizza Pool Party" by Anthony Antonellis is, as you might have guessed, full of pizzas, Star Trek references and pool parties.
[WTF] Classical works of art are reproduced by online sexcam performers. Addie Wagenknecht and Pablo Garcia spent a few hours each day asking on online chats "Would you like to pose for me?". The answer is obviously NSFW...
[WTF] A lifetime summed up through Google's autocomplete. The suggestions of a simple search for "I'm [age] and" give us a glimpse of the most common concerns affecting the millions of people using Google everyday.
[WTF] Computer dialogue boxes or messages get a whole new meaning in this Tumblr. "No requests" or "You are invisible" express something completely different when out of context.
[WTF] No need to state how Tumblr is full of blogs focusing on very specific subjects. Well, here is another one. The title is pretty much self-explanatory: this Tumblr collects all the toilets featured in video games.
[WTF] Each one of these desktop icons has been carefully crafted by hand by Nina Azzarello. After sketching, coloring and cutting them, Nina scanned her drawings to turn the digital images into fully functional icons for her own computer.
[WTF] In 2012, Jonas Lund created the Paintshop.biz, a collaborative painting tool that lets users create artworks and sell them online. He decided to go a step further this year with Paint Your Pizza. The same online painting tool offers you the possibility to order a custom made pizza.
[WTF] The Automee S is a small cleaning robot that will take care of your tablet or smartphone's dirty screen. It is equipped with cleaning pads that will remove any stains caused by greasy fingers
[WTF] Load cats, enjoy cats, reload cats.
[WTF] Robotic limbs on the shoulder of the dress designed by Anouk Wipprecht protect the wearer from any disturbances. The animated legs react to nearby movements.
[WTF] When you work in real estate, you shouldn't be afraid to put yourself on the forefront. This Tumblr gathers the best real estate agents headshots.
[WTF] This is an exact reproduction of a Game Boy Color made with cardboard. The gigantic version of the video game device might not turn on but the buttons, dial and switch actually work and there is even a removable game cartridge.